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Kirkstone selected for luxury hotels

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Brathay Blue Black slate has been used extensively in the St Regis Hotel in Osaka. GA Design selected the slate to create striking finishes for a number of areas including the flooring in the spa area in addition to skirtings and cladding for the bar. The extensive use of this material in the hotel clearly demonstrates the quality and versatility of the stone.

Brathay Blue Black slate is characterised by a fine golden thread that runs through the dense blue-black body of colour. The density of the Brathay Blue Black stone ensures that it is suitable for the most demanding applications both inside or out.

Kirkstone is delighted to see its unique local products being used in such exciting projects throughout the world.

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High quality, specialist advice

At Kirkstone we want you to make the right choice, first time, everytime. That’s why our sales team have an in-depth knowledge that is second to none.
Whether you are looking for one of our English slates or one of our range of specially selected European stones, we can help you to choose the best product to suit specific climatic, traffic and site conditions. We will also be pleased to help with detailed installation and aftercare advice.

Telephone: 015394 33296

Email: nick@kirkstone.com

Website: www.kirkstone.com

Kirkstone - expertise in stone since 1948.

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